Jconnect Webinar Series #9: Supply Chain Automation
Nov 30, 2020
Join JETRO live for the ninth video of its webinar series,
"Jconnect" with this webinar focused on supply chain automation.
The Jconnect Webinar Series was created by JETRO to introduce innovation from American startups to global Japanese corporations, and to help facilitate business relationships between them. The Jconnect series will feature different topics among advanced technology industry segments including artificial intelligence, IoT, mobility, Industry 4.0, robotics, health tech, and more.
The focus of our next webinar will be on supply chain automation. We will explore how American companies connected to Japan are adopting and implementing new technologies to increase workplace production, improve speed and accuracy, and meeting the AI needs of manufacturers in the digital era.
This event will take place in English, with simultaneous interpretation into Japanese available during the webinar. The webinar recording can be watched live or viewed at a later time by registered attendees only.
Fulcrum- Fulcrum Manufacturing Cloud provides forward-thinking manufacturers a next-generation ERP with instant, accurate, automatic data connectivity to power an efficient and bright manufacturing future. Fulcrum delivers value through a fully digital, paperless workflow leveraging machine learning, automation, predictive analytics, and advanced heuristics to drive throughput and profitability. Fulcrum recently participated as one of the 2020 Top 100 Startups to Watch.
Algo AI- Based in Detroit, Algo AI is developing technology to humanize how companies transform information into opportunities, breathing new life into society’s understanding of supply and demand, and giving retailers, distributors and manufacturers a chance to achieve more for their organizations. Algo ranks #28 in the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2020.
Sunny HanJohn Daly, SVP of Strategic Development, Algo- Before joining Algo,
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Chicago